Celiac and Gluten Free Training for Restaurants

I found this press release today that talks about a company that provides training webinars to restaurants on celiac and gluten free menu and contamination issues. This training is needed in a big way and we will do our best here to promote it.

Kitchens with Confidence, LLC,  today announced the launch of online training focused on gluten and allergy-free dining. The 90-minute interactive webinar, AllerTrain™, a first-of-its-kind training program, educates food service providers about food allergens, intolerances, and Celiac disease. After completing the training, restaurant staff will know how to accommodate today’s growing population of special needs diners.

AllerTrain is currently certified by the Commission on Dietetic Registration – the credentialing agency for the American Dietetic Association. Registered Dietitians will receive Continuing Educational Credits for attending this live webinar.

“Registration for this training is flying off the shelf,” said Betsy Craig, Kitchens with Confidence owner and training provider. “It’s never been offered before and every class is full of excited restaurant professionals ready to learn more about the fastest growing segment in the restaurant industry – gluten and allergy free dining.”

About Kitchens with Confidence™
Kitchens with Confidence™ is the education arm of MenuTrinfo™. It was formed based on the high demand of restaurant professionals seeking education regarding how to serve the fastest growing segment in the restaurant industry – diners who suffer from food allergies, gluten intolerances, and Celiac disease. For more information on the AllerTrain™ webinar, please visit http://www.kitchenswithconfidence.com/ or call toll-free (888) 767-MENU (6368).

Source: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2011/11/prweb8999037.htm

Celiac and gluten free online training for restaurants focused on gluten and allergy-free dining is something that is needed for this industry. Celiac and gluten free information needs to be put in the hands of as many restaurants as will listen. While some of the major chain restaurants have some type of training program, very few of the non-franchise companies do. Share this and help get the word out!

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